| RUDIMENTS OF ANCIENT ARCHITECTURE CONTAINING AND HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE FIVE ORDERS, WITH ... - J Taylor Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Downloads: 187 | |

| Right-angled Artin groups and Out(F_n) I: quasi-isometric embeddings - Samuel J. Taylor We construct quasi-isometric embeddings from right-angled Artin groups into the outer automorphism group of a free group. These homomorphisms are in analogy with those constructed in \cite{CLM}, where the target group is the mapping class group of a surface. Toward this goal, we develop tools in the free group setting that mirror those for surface groups as well as discuss various analogs of subsurface projection; these may be of independent interest. Downloads: 2 | |

| A high-Q^2 measurement of the photon structure function F_2^gamma at LEP2 - R. J. Taylor The photon structure function F_2^gamma has been measured at of 706 GeV^2, using a sample of two-photon events with a scattered electron observed in the OPAL electromagnetic endcap calorimeter. The data were taken during the years 1997-1999, when LEP operated at e+e- centre-of-mass energies ranging from 183 to 202 GeV, and correspond to an integrated luminosity of 424 pb^-1. This analysis represents the highest measurement of F_2^gamma made to date. Downloads: 1 | |

| A SKETCH OF THE MORAVIAN ACTIVITY IN NEW SWEDEN AND ITS VICINITY (Volume 4) - J. TAYLOR HAMILTON "A SKETCH OF THE MORAVIAN ACTIVITY IN NEW SWEDEN AND ITS VICINITY" is an article from Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society, Volume 4. View more articles from Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society.View this article on JSTOR.View this article's JSTOR metadata.You may also retrieve all of this items metadata in JSON at the following URL: https://archive.org/metadata/jstor-41179771 Downloads: 44 | |

| On The Strong-Coupling Spectrum of Pure SU(3) Seiberg-Witten Theory - Brett J. Taylor We consider the two complex dimensional moduli space of supersymmetric vacua for low energy effective N=2 SYM with gauge group SU(3). We describe, at the topological level, a consistent model of how the relevant curves of marginal stability (CMS) intertwine with the branch cuts to partition the moduli space into pieces carrying different BPS spectra. At strong coupling we find connected cores which carry a smaller BPS spectrum than that at weak coupling... Downloads: 21 | |

| The Confusion at Tulpehocken (Volume 4) - J. Taylor Hamilton "The Confusion at Tulpehocken" is an article from Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society, Volume 4. View more articles from Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society.View this article on JSTOR.View this article's JSTOR metadata.You may also retrieve all of this items metadata in JSON at the following URL: https://archive.org/metadata/jstor-41179766 Downloads: 56 | |

| Twenty years of pioneer missions in Nyasaland : a history of Moravian missions in German East Africa - Hamilton, J Taylor, Bp On spine: The Nyasa mission Keywords: Missions Downloads: 307 | |

| Measurements of hadronic structure functions of the photon at LEP - R. J. Taylor The present status of the measurements of hadronic structure functions of the photon, investigated in deep inelastic electron-photon scattering at LEP, is presented. This article covers the hadronic structure function F_2^gamma of quasi-real photons as well as the structure function of virtual photons. Special emphasis is given to new developments in the analysis and to the most recent measurements. Downloads: 5 | |

| Measurement of the Hadronic Photon Structure Function F_2^gamma at LEP2 - R. J. Taylor The hadronic structure function of the photon F_2^gamma is measured as a function of Bjorken x and of the factorisation scale Q^2 using data taken by the OPAL detector at LEP. Previous OPAL measurements of the x dependence of F_2^gamma are extended to an average Q^2 of 767 GeV^2. The Q^2 evolution of F_2^gamma is studied for average Q^2 between 11.9 and 1051 GeV^2. As predicted by QCD, the data show positive scaling violations in F_2^gamma... Downloads: 14 | |

| Colour-sense training and colour using - E. J. Taylor Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Wisconsin - Madison and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Downloads: 94 | |

| A Pragmatic Realism Events, Powers, And Relations In The Metaphysics Of Objective Relativism - P.J. Taylor Abstract: The early twentieth century witnessed the emergence of “objective relativism,” a distinctly American school of metaphysical realism inspired by the works of John Dewey and A.N. Whitehead. Largely forgotten, objective relativism provided a metaphysical framework, based upon an ontology of events and relations rather than substances and discrete properties, that has continued relevance for contemporary metaphysical discussions... Keywords: 20th Century American Philosophy; Metaphysics Downloads: 13 | |

| Time Runs Out - Henry J Taylor
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| The Protestant Liturgical Renewal A Catholic Viewpoint - Micheal J. Taylor
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| A history of Black Congregational Christian churches of the South / by J. Taylor Stanley. - Stanley, J. Taylor. xvi, 175 p., [1] fold. leaf of plates : ill. ; 22 cm. See also J. Taylor and Kathryn Turrentine Stanley papers in the Amistad Research Center, Tulane University. Downloads: 32 | |

| A History of the Church Known as the Moravian Church, or The Unitas Fratrum, or The Unity of the Brethren, during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries (Volume 6) - J. Taylor Hamilton "A History of the Church Known as the Moravian Church, or The Unitas Fratrum, or The Unity of the Brethren, during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries" is an article from Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society, Volume 6. View more articles from Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society.View this article on JSTOR.View this article's JSTOR metadata.You may also retrieve all of this items metadata in JSON at the following URL: https://archive.org/metadata/jstor-41179615 Downloads: 482 | |

| Selections from a report on ovariotomy, read before the Kentucky State Medical Society, at its annual meeting at Louisville, April, 1857 - Bradford, J. Taylor, 1818-1871 NLM copy 2, bound tenth in a volume of 12 pamphlets Keywords: Ovariectomy Downloads: 1 | |

| Finite morphisms from curves over Dedekind rings to $P^1$ - T. Chinburg A theorem of B. Green states that if A is a Dedekind ring whose fraction field is a local or global field, every normal projective curve over Spec(A) has a finite morphism to P^1_A. We give a different proof of a variant of this result using intersection theory and work of Moret-Bailly. Downloads: 1 | |

| Spectroscopy and orbital periods of four cataclysmic variable stars - J. R. Thorstensen We present spectroscopy and orbital periods Porb of four relatively little-studied cataclysmic variable stars. The stars and their periods are: AF Cam, Porb = 0.324(1) d (the daily cycle count is slightly ambiguous); V2069 Cyg (= RX J2123.7+4217), 0.311683(2) d; PG 0935+075, 0.1868(3) d; and KUV 03580+0614, 0.1495(6) d. V2069 Cyg and KUV 03580+0614 both show HeII lambda 4686 emission comparable in strength to H beta... Downloads: 2 | |

| K_1 of a p-adic group ring II. The determinantal kernel SK_1 - T. Chinburg We describe the group SK_1(R[G]) for group rings R[G] where G is an arbitrary finite group and where the coefficient ring R is a p-adically complete Noetherian integral domain of characteristic zero which admits a lift of Frobenius and which also satisfies a number of further mild conditions. Our results extend previous work of R. Oliver who obtained such results for the valuation rings of finite extensions of the p-adic field. Downloads: 2 | |

| Equivariant Euler characteristics and sheaf resolvents - Ph. Cassou-Nogu`es For certain tame abelian covers of arithmetic surfaces X/Y we obtain striking formulas, involving a quadratic form derived from intersection numbers, for the equivariant Euler characteristics of both the canonical sheaf !X/Y and also its square root !1/2 X/Y . These formulas allow us us to carry out explicit calculations; in particular, we are able to exhibit examples where these two Euler characteristics and that of the the structure sheaf of X are all different and non-trivial... Downloads: 1 | |

| Epsilon constants and Arakelov Euler characteristics - T. Chinburg We conjecture that the logarithm of the absolute value of the constant in the functional equation of the Hasse-Weil L-function of a variety X over Z is equal to a certain Arakelov de Rham Euler characteristic of X. This generalizes the fact that the constant in the functional equation of the zeta function of a number field is the square root of the discriminant of its ring of integers. We show that this conjecture is equivalent to Bloch's conjecture which expresses the conductor as the degree of... Downloads: 1 | |

| A Global Study of Photon-Induced Jet Production - J. M. Butterworth We present results of a global tuning of general purpose Monte Carlo models to published measurements of photon-proton -> jets at HERA and photon-photon -> jets at LEP and TRISTAN. The principle free parameters in the tuning are the simulation of the underlying event and the choice of photon structure. Several combinations of models are ruled out by the data. Some consequences of the tuned models at a future linear collider are discussed. Downloads: 4 | |

| Epsilon constants and equivariant Arakelov Euler characteristics - T. Chinburg We study equivariant Arakelov-Euler characteristics of hermitian sheaves on arithmetic varieties which support a tame action by a finite group G. The tameness of the group action allows us to produce an equivariant Arakelov-Euler characteristic in a particularly fine "projective" arithmetic class group. We then show that the equivariant Arakelov-Euler characteristics of various complexes of differentials determine the epsilon constants of the L-functions of the motives obtained from the arithmet... Downloads: 2 | |

| Universal Critical Dynamic Form of the Vortex-Lattice Melting Line - B. J. Taylor A modified form of the vortex-lattice melting line is arrived at by incorporating the effects of critical behavior at the melting transition. Beginning with the universal form established by Blatter and Ivlev [Physical Review Letters 70, 2621 (1993)] which includes both thermal and quantum fluctuations, we then use the vortex relaxation time of a vortex-glass with a finite transition temperature that follows from the scaling theory of Fisher, Fisher, and Huse [Physical Review B, 43, 130 (1991)]... Downloads: 2 | |

| Selecting High-Precision Photometry on Uniform Zero Points for Five Benchmark Galactic Clusters - Benjamin J. Taylor This paper reviews results from two projects designed to yield photometry on uniform zero points for five clusters--Coma, the Hyades, M67, NGC 752, and Praesepe. Contributing papers for a project on Cousins VRI photometry and a project on Stromgren-beta photometry are listed. Results of zero point tests of the photometry are reviewed, and their character is found to be satisfactory at the level of a few mmag... Downloads: 3 | |

| The early Moravian contribution to liberal education in eastern Pennsylvania; - Hamilton, J. Taylor (John Taylor), 1859-1951
Keywords: Moravians in Pennsylvania. [from old catalog]; Education Downloads: 108 | |

| Interdependency and hierarchy of exact epidemic models on networks - Timothy J Taylor Over the years numerous models of SIS (susceptible - infected - susceptible) disease dynamics unfolding on networks have been proposed. Here, we discuss the links between many of these models and how they can be viewed as more general motif-based models. We illustrate how the different models can be derived from one another and, where this is not possible, discuss extensions to established models that enables this derivation... Downloads: 3 | |

| Pfaffians, the G-Signature Theorem and Galois de Rham discriminants - T. Chinburg We study equivariant de Rham discriminants associated to arithmetic varieties which support a tame action by a finite group; we form these discriminants by endowing the de Rham cohomology with pairings arising from duality theory. Such equivariant discriminants are shown to break up naturally into a metric part and a signature part. In a previous paper we described the equivariant Arakelov discriminants, obtained by endowing the equivariant determinant of de Rham cohomology with various metrics... Downloads: 8 | |

| The uniform chart of accounts and its use in management control - Little, Tommy J.;Taylor, John P. Bibliography: l. 119-121 Keywords: Management Downloads: 32 | |

| Journal of the Society for Arts, Vol. 16, no. 830 (Volume 16) - W. A. Gibbs "Journal of the Society for Arts, Vol. 16, no. 830" is an article from The Journal of the Society of Arts, Volume 16. View more articles from The Journal of the Society of Arts.View this article on JSTOR.View this article's JSTOR metadata.You may also retrieve all of this items metadata in JSON at the following URL: https://archive.org/metadata/jstor-41334781 Downloads: 27 | |

| Oh Ranger - Horace M. Albright
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| The beginnings of the Moravian mission in Alaska - Hamilton, J. Taylor (John Taylor), 1859-1951
Keywords: Moravian Church; Eskimos -- Missions Downloads: 548 | |

| A history of the church known as the Moravian church, or, The Unitas fratrum, or, The Unity of the brethren, during the eighteenth and ninteenth centuries - Hamilton, J. Taylor, (John Taylor), 1859-1951 "The bishops of the resuscitated Moravian church": p. 586-591 Keywords: Moravian Church Downloads: 144 | |

| Higher adeles and non-abelian Riemann-Roch - T. Chinburg We show a Riemann-Roch theorem for group ring bundles over an arithmetic surface; this is expressed using the higher adeles of Beilinson-Parshin and the tame symbol via a theory of adelic equivariant Chow groups and Chern classes. The theorem is obtained by combining a group ring coefficient version of the local Riemann-Roch formula as in Kapranov-Vasserot with results on K-groups of group rings and an explicit description of group ring bundles over P^1... Downloads: 23 | |

| Location of gap nodes in the organic superconductors $κ$-(ET)$_2$Cu(NCS)$_2$ and $κ$-(ET)$_2$Cu[N(CN)$_2$]Br determined by magnetocalorimetry - L. Malone We report specific heat measurements of the organic superconductors $\kappa$-(ET)$_2$Cu(NCS)$_2$ and $\kappa$-(ET)$_2$Cu[N(CN)$_2$]Br. When the magnetic field is rotated in the highly conducting planes at low temperature ($T\simeq 0.4$ K), we observe clear oscillations of specific heat which have a strong fourfold component. The observed strong field and temperature dependence of this fourfold component identifies it as originating from nodes in the superconducting energy gap which point along t... Downloads: 2 | |

| The phase transition phenomena in anisotropic superconductors: effect of the orthorhombic crystal field and the potential impurity scattering - G. Haran A combined effect of the orthorhombic crystal field and potential impurity scattering on several superconducting states of a tetragonal symmetry is studied within a weak-coupling mean field approach. It is shown that the nonmagnetic impurities stabilize the states belonging to the identity irreducible representation. The electronic specific heat jump at the phase transition is analyzed. Its dependence on the potential scattering rate for large impurity concentration is shown to be remarkably dif... Downloads: 2 | |

| Observation of photonic edge states in a versatile Silicon platform - M. Hafezi Systems with topological order exhibit exotic phenomena associated purely with the boundaries of the system. While most systems with topological order have been electronic, advances in our understanding of synthetic gauge fields have enabled investigation of topological order in ultracold atoms or even with photons. Here, we demonstrate the experimental realization of synthetic magnetic fields for infrared photons at room temperature... Downloads: 2 | |

| Epidemic threshold and control in a dynamic network - Michael Taylor In this paper we present a model describing Susceptible-Infected-Susceptible (SIS) type epidemics spreading on a dynamic contact network with random link activation and deletion where link ac- tivation can be locally constrained. We use and adapt a improved effective degree compartmental modelling framework recently proposed by Lindquist et al. [J. Lindquist et al., J. Math Biol. 62, 2, 143 (2010)] and Marceau et al... Downloads: 8 | |

| Twists of symmetric bundles - Ph. Cassou-Nogues We establish comparison results between the Hasse-Witt invariants w_t(E) of a symmetric bundle E over a scheme and the invariants of one of its twists E_{\alpha}. For general twists we describe the difference between w_t(E) and w_t(E_{\alpha}) up to terms of degree 3. Next we consider a special kind of twist, which has been studied by A. Fr\"ohlich. This arises from twisting by a cocycle obtained from an orthogonal representation... Downloads: 3 | |

| Spectroscopy of Seven Cataclysmic Variables with Periods Above Five Hours - John R. Thorstensen We present spectroscopy of seven cataclysmic variable stars with orbital periods P(orb) greater than 5 hours, all but one of which are known to be dwarf novae. Using radial velocity measurements we improve on previous orbital period determinations, or derive periods for the first time. The stars and their periods are TT Crt, 0.2683522(5) d; EZ Del, 0.2234(5) d; LL Lyr, 0.249069(4) d; UY Pup, 0.479269(7) d; RY Ser, 0.3009(4) d; CH UMa, 0.3431843(6) d; and SDSS J081321+452809, 0.2890(4) d... Downloads: 3 | |

| The classifying topos of a group scheme and invariants of symmetric bundles - Philippe Cassou-Noguès Let $Y$ be a scheme in which 2 is invertible and let $V$ be a rank $n$ vector bundle on $Y$ endowed with a non-degenerate symmetric bilinear form $q$. The orthogonal group ${\bf O}(q)$ of the form $q$ is a group scheme over $Y$ whose cohomology ring $H^*(B_{{\bf O}(q)},{\bf Z}/2{\bf Z})\simeq A_Y[HW_1(q),..., HW_n(q)]$ is a polynomial algebra over the \'etale cohomology ring $A_Y:=H^*(Y_{et},{\bf Z}/2{\bf Z})$ of the scheme $Y$... Downloads: 3 | |

| Monte Carlo configuration interaction applied to multipole moments, ionisation energies and electron affinities - J. P. Coe The method of Monte Carlo configuration interaction (MCCI) [1,2] is applied to the calculation of multipole moments. We look at the ground and excited state dipole moments in carbon monoxide. We then consider the dipole of NO, the quadrupole of the nitrogen molecule and of BH. An octupole of methane is also calculated. We consider experimental geometries and also stretched bonds. We show that these non-variational quantities may be found to relatively good accuracy when compared with FCI results... Downloads: 3 | |

| LS Peg: A Low-Inclination SW Sextantis-Type Cataclysmic Binary with High-Velocity Balmer Emission Line Wings - C. J. Taylor We present time-resolved spectroscopy and photometry of the bright cataclysmic variable LS Peg (= S193). The Balmer lines exhibit broad, asymmetric wings Doppler-shifted by about 2000 km/s at the edges, while the HeI lines show phase-dependent absorption features strikingly similar to SW Sextantis stars, as well as emission through most of the phase. The CIII/NIII emission blend does not show any phase dependence... Downloads: 4 | |

| Superconductor-Insulator Phase Separation Induced by Rapid Cooling in kappa-(ET)_2Cu[N(CN)_2]Br - O. J. Taylor We present measurements of the low temperature specific heat of single crystals of kappa-(ET)_2Cu[N(CN)_2]Br as a function of the cooling rate through the glasslike structure transition at $\sim$ 80K. We find that rapid cooling produces a small (< 4%) decrease in the superconducting transition temperature accompanied by a substantial (up to 50%) decrease in the normal-state electronic specific heat... Downloads: 4 | |

| Specific heat measurements of the gap structure of the organic superconductors kappa-(ET)_2Cu[N(CN)_2]Br and kappa-(ET)_2Cu(NCS)_2 - O. J. Taylor We present high resolution heat capacity measurements for the organic superconductors kappa-(ET)_2Cu[N(CN)_2]Br and kappa-(ET)_2Cu(NCS)_2 in fields up to 14 T. We use the high field data to determine the normal state specific heat and hence extract the behavior of the electronic specific heat C_{el} in the superconducting state in zero and finite fields. We find that in both materials for T/T_c Downloads: 2 | |

| Parametric representation and polygonal decomposition of curved surfaces / Michael J. Zyda, Robert B. McGhee, and Gary W. Taylor. - Zyda, Michael J.;Taylor, Gary W.;McGhee, Robert (Robert B.) Title from cover Keywords: RANDOM VARIABLES; EXPONENTIAL FUNCTIONS; PROBABILITIES Downloads: 50 | |

| Calculations of Potential Energy Surfaces Using Monte Carlo Configuration Interaction - J. P. Coe We apply the method of Monte Carlo configuration interaction (MCCI) to calculate ground-state potential energy curves for a range of small molecules and compare the results with full configuration interaction. We show that the MCCI potential energy curve can be calculated to relatively good accuracy, as quantified using the non-parallelity error, using only a very small fraction of the FCI space. In most cases the potential curve is of better accuracy than its constituent single-point energies... Downloads: 5 | |

| A list of books on the various branches of architecture and building - I. and J. Taylor's Architectural Library (London, England) Caption title Keywords: Architecture Downloads: 278 | |

| Tilted Euler characteristic densities for Central Limit random fields, with application to "bubbles" - N. Chamandy Local increases in the mean of a random field are detected (conservatively) by thresholding a field of test statistics at a level $u$ chosen to control the tail probability or $p$-value of its maximum. This $p$-value is approximated by the expected Euler characteristic (EC) of the excursion set of the test statistic field above $u$, denoted $\mathbb{E}\varphi(A_u)$. Under isotropy, one can use the expansion $\mathbb{E}\varphi(A_u)=\sum_k\mathcal{V}_k\rho_k(u)$, where $\mathcal{V}_k$ is an intrin... Downloads: 9 | |

| Botanologia, the English herbal, or, History of plants ?containing ... their names ... , species ... , descriptions ... , places of growth ... , times of flowering and seeding ... , qualities ... , specifications ... , preparations ... , virtues ... , a complete florilegium ... , adorned with exquisite icons or figures ... The whole in alphabetical order /by William Salmon, M.D. - H. Rhodes.
Keywords: Early works to 1800; Herbals; Materia medica, Vegetable; Plants; Pre-Linnean works; rbgenr Downloads: 447 | |